The College of St. Scholastica is currently hosting a volume of the Saint John's Bible Heritage Edition for 2018-19. The Bible is here because this past year the Sisters celebrated the 125th anniversary of the founding of their Monastery. The Benedictine values remain a guiding light in the work of the College and countless generations and their communities are better served because of the work of the Sisters.
The Heritage Edition offers the opportunity to spread the artistry and message of The Saint John's Bible. For the College of St. Scholastica, it also strengthens our community's connection with its Benedictine values and heritage.
The College would like Sisters of the Monastery, faculty, staff, students and the entire Duluth community to experience the Bible in a deeper way that "ignites the spiritual imagination."
Please use the tabs at the top to find more resources including books in our Library, links to web sites and videos, facts about the Bible and Heritage Edition, frequently asked questions, and more information about illuminated manuscripts.
Come back here often to see upcoming events planned for the Bible and a different page from it displayed every day.
Apr. 11 - Catholic Studies Lecture with Father Eric Hollas, OSB Director of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library who had the initial conversation with Donald Jackson which led to the commissioning of The Saint John's Bible project in 1998. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
As part of our two-day workshop on Feb. 1 and 2, we had an event where all ages could come and watch demonstrations and do hands-on activities dedicated to the various aspects of making books in honor of The Saint John's Bible.
Students turned the pages of The Saint John's Bible after their Student Mass Sunday evening on Sept. 16, 2018.